New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been suspended for four games by the NFL due to his role in DeflateGate, according to the Ted Wells report.
The report ruled that the quarterback was “at least generally aware” of game balls being deflated to a PSI below the league standards, and he had refused to turn over his cell phone and reveal text messages and e-mails.
The quarterback has already appealed his suspension, and Patriots fans are clearly not happy with the punishment handed down to the team.
This punishment also includes a fine of $1 million and the loss of their 2016 first-round pick and 2017 fourth-round pick.
Patriots fans are planning to organize a rally for Brady and call it “Free Tom Brady,” which will be held at Gillette Stadium.
It is still unknown whether Brady can win his appeal, but the Patriots fans will look to make their voices heard as much as possible.